A drug derived from an Easter Island bacterium extends the life of lab animals. People could be next.
The latest organ-on-a-chip can release an egg in 28 days.
To reverse paralysis, scientists wired a man’s brain to his muscles using electronics.
It’s another tantalizing finding in an area of anti-aging research that has had mixed results.
New services that sequence the bacteria in your digestive tract can provide only limited information for now.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
Drugs made from RNA may be the next great class of medicine.
New techniques being used to produce our food or shape the environment raise regulatory questions.
Mosquitoes that drive themselves out of existence are being bred in labs—but letting them loose in nature is another matter.
Startup says it will edit pigs’ genes to prepare organs for harvest.